AND PROCEDURES. 21:01 The Local Union may, in order to secure jobs for its members and contracts for Employers who are bound by this Agreement, but are bidding on contracts against contractors who are not parties to this Collective Agreement, amend or delete any of the terms and conditions in this Collective agreement subject to the terms of Appendix B.
AND PROCEDURES. 22:01 The Local Union may, in order to secure jobs for its members and contracts for Employers who are bound by this Agreement, but are bidding on contracts against contractors who are not parties to this Collective Agreement, amend or delete any of the terms and conditions of this Collective Agreement subject to the terms and conditions of Appendix “D”. APPENDIX “A” EMPLOYEE SIGN-ON FORM Name: (First Name) (Initial) (Last Name) Street Address: Apt. No.: P.O. Box: City/Town: Province: Postal Code: Home Phone: ( ) Other Phone: ( ) S.I.N.: Hospitalization No. Net Tax Claim Code: EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION: Name: Address: Home Phone: ( ) Other Phone: ( ) Trade: Classification: Employee Signature Date APPENDIX “B” EMPLOYEE TERMINATION RECORD NAME DATE ADDRESS PROJECT CITY/PROV PHONE PROJECT # Reason for Termination Shortage of Work [ ] Retirement [ ] Strike or Lockout [ ] Work Sharing [ ] Return to School [ ] Apprentice Training [ ] Illness or Injury [ ] Dismissal [ ] Quit [ ] Leave of Absence [ ] Pregnancy/Parental [ ] Other [ ] [ ] Final Week [ ] Previous Week S M T W T F S Total Regular Hours Time & One Half Double Time Shift Differential Subsistence Meal Allowance Travel Km Other Monies Owing Supervisor Date Employee Date Employee's Signature Verifies That Final Hours, Etc. Are Correct Employee To Be Given A Copy, Supervisor To Retain Original LEAVE OF ABSENCE REQUEST CONTRACTOR: PROJECT: NAME: DATE: CRAFT & BADGE NUMBER: TOTAL # OF HOURS REQUESTED: IF LESS THAN 8 HOURS, STATE DATE AND START TIME OF REQUESTED ABSENCE. DATE: TIME OF ABSENCE: IF MORE THAN 8 HOURS: LAST DAY TO BE WORKED BEFORE TIME OFF: FIRST DAY TO BE WORKED AFTER TIME OFF: REASON FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE: LEAVE APPROVED: YES NO REASON FOR NON-APPROVAL: SUBSISTENCE APPROVED: YES NO REASON FOR APPROVAL: EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE FOREMAN SIGNATURE SUPERVISOR SIGNATURE ********************************************************************************* NOTE:
AND PROCEDURES. When a vacancy occurs or a new position is created which is subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the Region shall, with the exception of positions in the lowest salary level, post the position on bulletin boards for a period of five (5) working days so that employees may have the opportunity to make written application for the position. No outside applicants shall be considered until internal applicants for the position have been considered. The name of the successful applicant will be posted on the bulletin boards. Temporary vacancies such as those caused by an employee's absence due to leave of absence, illness, accident, vacations, temporary transfers, and temporary Jobscaused by conditions, shall not be posted, and it is agreed that any such vacancies may be filled by temporary employees. Positions arising from temporary vacancies expected to last in of thirty (30) calendar days should be offered to the qualified employees in the department on the basis of seniority before being filled by temporary employees. the original vacancy shall be required be filled in this manner. This provision shall not be construed to inhibit the customary use of students student work programs, but such programs shall not jeopardize the employment of employees who are subject to the terms of this Agreement. be based on the skill, ability, education, experience and qualifications of the responding to the where factors are relatively equal and meet the requirements of the position, seniority shall govern. An employee successful in a job posting application shall not be permitted to re- apply to any subsequent job posting for a period of six (6)calendar months from the effective date of the appointment unless approval is obtained from the employee’s department head. ARTICLE HOURS WORK The normal hours of work shall be thirty-’ five (35) hours per week consisting five (5)shifts of seven (7) hours, Monday to Friday inclusive for the positions i shown in Appendices and forty (40) hours per week consisting of five (5) shifts of eight (8) hours, Monday to Friday inclusive, for the positions shown in Appendix Such shifts shall be contained within the period of eight (8) a.m. to five (5) It is agreed that should it become necessary to establish shifts other than those shown in this Article, the Region will do so only after consultation with the Union. No seven (7) hour shift shall be spread over more than eight (8) hours, and no eight (8) hour shift shall be spread over more ...
AND PROCEDURES. The parties shall be entitled to conduct adequate discovery, and they may obtain all remedies available to the parties as if the matter had been tried in court. The arbitrator shall issue a written decision which specifies the findings of fact and conclusions of law on which the arbitrator’s decision is based. Judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered by any court having jurisdiction thereof. Unless otherwise required by law, the arbitrator will award reasonable expenses (including reimbursement of the assigned arbitration costs) to the prevailing party. Nothing in this Section 9.9 or in this Agreement or the Memorandum of Option Grant is intended to prevent either Executive or the Company from obtaining injunctive relief in court to prevent irreparable harm pending the conclusion of any such arbitration.
AND PROCEDURES. The acts of the Officers shall bind the Company when they are within the scope of the authority of such Officers. Except as otherwise authorized by the Board or the CEO, and except as set forth in the Management Authorization Limits, no other Person shall have authority to bind or act for, or assume any obligations or responsibilities on behalf of, the Company. The Officers shall keep the Board informed as to all matters of concern to the Company.
AND PROCEDURES. In all steps of this Grievance Procedure, including disciplinary interviews, an aggrieved employee shall be notified of such meeting and if they so desire, shall be accompanied by or represented by the Nurse Representative. All and grievances shall be taken up the following An employee having a complaint shall refer it to the Lodge Coordinator or her designate within ten days of the actual occurrence leading to the complaint. The Lodge Director or the designate shall reply to the employee giving the answer to the complaint within five (5) days from the date of submission. If further action is to be taken, then within five (5) days after the decision is given Step No. the employee, who may request the assistance of the Nurse Representative shall submit the grievance in writing to the A meeting then be held between the Administrator or the designated representative and the employee. It is understood that at such a meeting the Administrator or the designated representative may have such counsel and assistance as they may desire, and that the employee may have a Nurse Representative and a representative of the Ontario Nurses' Association in attendance. The decision of the Administrator or the designated representative shall be given in writing within five (5) days following the meting. Should the Administrator fail to render a decision as required in Step No. or failing settlement of any grievance under the foregoing procedures arising from the interpretation, application, administration or alleged violation of this Agreement, including any question as to whether a matter is arbitrable, the grievance be referred to Arbitration by either the Employer or the Association. If no request for Arbitration received within ten (10) days after the decision under Step No. is given, or within fifteen (15) days following the meeting under step No. of the Grievance Procedure, the grievance shall be deemed to have been abandoned and the same grievance shall not be subject matter for a further grievance Any of the time allowances above may be extended by mutual agreement of the parties in writing or as set out in Section (6) of the Relations Act of Ontario. Saturdays, Sundays and Paid Holidays will not be counted in determining the within which any action to be taken or completed under each of the steps of the Grievance Procedure. When a grievance is submitted writing it shall set forth the nature of the grievance and the redress requested A policy grievance shall be defined ...


  • Rules and Procedures The Plan Administrator will establish rules and procedures, consistent with the Plan and with ERISA, as necessary and appropriate in carrying out its responsibilities in reviewing benefit claims. The Plan Administrator may require an applicant who wishes to submit additional information in connection with an appeal from the denial of benefits to do so at the applicant’s own expense.

  • Policies and Procedures i) The policies and procedures of the designated employer apply to the employee while working at both sites.

  • COMPLIANCE WITH POLICIES AND PROCEDURES During the Term, Employee shall adhere to the policies and standards of professionalism set forth in the Company’s Policies and Procedures as they may exist from time to time.

  • General Procedures If at any time on or after the date the Company consummates a Business Combination the Company is required to effect the Registration of Registrable Securities, the Company shall use its best efforts to effect such Registration to permit the sale of such Registrable Securities in accordance with the intended plan of distribution thereof, and pursuant thereto the Company shall, as expeditiously as possible:

  • Endorsements and Procedures You agree to restrictively endorse any item transmitted through the Services as "BANKWEST Mobile Deposit Only” and signature(s) of the payee(s) or as otherwise instructed by BANKWEST. You agree to follow any and all other procedures and instructions for use of the Services as BANKWEST may establish from time to time.

  • Accounting Policies and Procedures Make any change to its accounting methods, principles, policies, procedures or practices, except as may be required by GAAP, Regulation S-X promulgated by the SEC or applicable statutory accounting principles;

  • OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES In order to minimize operational problems, it will be necessary for trade information to be supplied in a secure manner by the Subadviser to the Fund’s Service Providers, including: JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association (the “Custodian”), Virtus Fund Services (the “Fund Administrator”) BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc., (the “Sub-Accounting Agent”), any Prime Broker to the Series, and all other Counterparties/Brokers as required. The Subadviser must furnish the Fund’s service providers with required daily information as to executed trades in a format and time-frame agreed to by the Subadviser, Custodian, Fund Administrator, Sub-Accounting Agent and Prime Broker/Counterparties and designated persons of the Fund. Trade information sent to the Custodian, Fund Administrator, Sub-Accounting Agent and Prime Broker/Counterparties must include all necessary data within the required timeframes to allow such parties to perform their obligations to the Series. The Sub-Accounting Agent specifically requires a daily trade blotter with a summary of all trades, in addition to trade feeds, including, if no trades are executed, a report to that effect. Daily information as to executed trades for same-day settlement and future trades must be sent to the Sub-Accounting Agent no later than 4:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) on the day of the trade each day the Fund is open for business. All other executed trades must be delivered to the Sub-Accounting Agent on Trade Date plus 1 by Noon (Eastern Time) to ensure that they are part of the Series’ NAV calculation. (The Subadviser will be responsible for reimbursement to the Fund for any loss caused by the Subadviser’s failure to comply with the requirements of this Schedule A.) On fiscal quarter ends and calendar quarter ends, all trades must be delivered to the Sub-Accounting Agent by 4:30 p.m. (Eastern Time) for inclusion in the financial statements of the Series. The data to be sent to the Sub-Accounting Agent and/or Fund Administrator will be as agreed by the Subadviser, Fund Administrator, Sub-Accounting Agent and designated persons of the Fund and shall include (without limitation) the following: